A day in the life: creating custom picture frames
Frinton Frames have been manufacturing bespoke picture frames for over forty years, and each and every order is briefed directly into the workshop.
Each frame is assembled by hand; our cutter has been assembling frames for over twenty years.
All corners are filled, sanded and inspected before they enter the ornamentation room.
Moulds are pressed and applied by hand; detailed work on each frame is cross-checked before frames go to the paint room.
Bole and other finishes are painted or sprayed and checked for flaws. Any flaws are corrected and repainted.
The Boles, clays, paints and gilts are applied by our team of specialist finishers who have a combined experience of over forty years at Frinton Frames.
All finished frames are quality controlled and any further washes or treatments applied.
Every frame is individually wrapped and boxed for delivery to clients around the corner and around the world.